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KFC under fire over refusal to give access to the unvaccinated

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Fast food restaurant chain KFC has come under fire, soon after it announced that its dine-in facilities will be accessible only to those who have been jabbed against COVID-19.

“We advise our loyal customers that, as per the new legislation in force since October 15, access to KFC restaurants will be authorised only upon presentation of a physical or digital health pass and your national identity card,” it posted on Facebook.

The restriction applies to 23 KFC’s outlets, including those in Mahebourg, Rose-Belle, Curepipe, Rose-Hill, Goodlands, Super U of Grand-Bay, Flacq Centre, Tamarin, Cascavelle, Port-Louis 1, Port-Louis 2, Quatre-Bornes et Super U Flacq.

Since then, the fast-food chain has been subject to heavy criticisms and memes: ranging from the “poor quality” to “poor customer service” via “arrogance”.

This new wave of attacks comes weeks after the public blasted the “arrogant tone” with which it was responding to customers’ comments on Facebook.

“The quality was already crap, now this? Keep your stale chicken to yourself,” posted one client. “All fast-food outlets allow unvaccinated clients. How are you better than them,” asked another.

While some said they will use the ‘drive thru service’, other claimed they will henceforth avoid KFC.

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